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[forums]Re: Dave hinting at a Sept. 1987 release?
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Apr 8, 2014 6:08am into GratefulDead
Go deep and give us something special? If I was the Great Karnak I'd respond with "What did the sheep say to Rob". But I won't, because someone apparently doesn't want us getting off topic. Killjoy....

[forums]Re: Don't let him near the milk...........
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jan 17, 2014 4:49am into GratefulDead
Don't answer? World of pain? Smokey? The mind boggles. Well, mine tends to do that on its own mostly, but now it is REALLY boggled. Bring it, you kilt-lifting, sheep-bothering, bicycle-inventing (see, I know some actual stuff), penny pinching, cave-dwelling people eater (don't think I haven't noticed the Sawney Bean family crest on your correspondence). This post was modified by SomeDarkHollow on 2014-01-17 12:49:53...

[forums]Re: You said what?
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Dec 3, 2013 10:50am into GratefulDead
Or NOT been screwed for 800 years. As for sensing Rob all the way, that would be the scent of unshorn sheep...or shame...one or the other....

[forums]Re: no no no....really? how cool is this????
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Nov 5, 2013 10:00am into GratefulDead
Outstanding. Looks like Dire's Christmas gift just got taken care of. Any sheep-sized gimp masks? Rob has always been tricky....

[forums]Re: '...I'll be knockin on fifty's door..'
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Sep 6, 2013 11:16am into GratefulDead
Sheep gags? Well I guess the bleating could get a little annoying after a while. I hear a gimp-mask also works well....

[forums]Re: non-dead inflammatory post
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 14, 2013 9:32am into GratefulDead
OK, so we have an alternative explanation of what ended up on my shoes. That was the last time I wore my sheep costume to a Dead show....

[forums]Beantown Blow-Out (Old and New)
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jun 24, 2013 7:15am into GratefulDead
That could refer to (hopefully) tonight's demolishing of the 'Hawks, but in this case it is a fantastic new Matrix of the 77 Garden show. http://archive.org/details/gd1977-05-07.124619.mtx.dusborne.flac16 Mr. Dusborne has produced a great example of what a Matrix can, and should, be. Clear, crisp and none of the annoying echo present on some other matrix attempts. Spring 77 has long been a topic of frequent discussion around here, both Pro and Con......

[forums]Re: Gold Rush...
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Dec 10, 2012 12:25pm into GratefulDead
sub 2. possession is 9/10ths of the law. no offense Possession? No offense? Not if you are possessed by the spirit a sheep-bothering caber-tosser; I belive that is still illegal in most of Great Britain....

[forums]Re: Forum Factoid: nonDEAD...
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 17, 2012 6:23am into GratefulDead
Why draw attention to the fact that you account for a tenth of the entire Forum dork-factor (my wife's words, not mine)? Kind of like someone saying he's attended more Star Trek conventions than anyone else or set a record for completing the most levels in Dungeons and Dragons in a given time. Is that the legacy you want to leave? Some things are best left in the dark. Next to Rob's sheep. And Dire's cow....

[forums]Re: Blanks and Postage?
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jul 6, 2012 11:49am into GratefulDead
Good to see that you still patrol this place and do not hesitate to come to the assistance of a new visitor. Just don't start humping his leg; at lease not until the last lawsuit is cleared up. Another word of warning: If a particular Scostman attempts to distract you with over-the-top displays of linguistic acrobatics, do not, repeat, do not put on that sheep costume from last halloween....

[forums]Re: Interesting Blog Post on Dark Stars (and it mentions US!)
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jun 4, 2012 11:16am into GratefulDead
All about the Sheep Mentality? Someone's been reading Rob's stuff. As for Donna sucking, it has nothing to do with her sex. It does, however, have everything to do with her occasional bouts of atonal cat mauling. Hey, I realize that alot of her harmonic issues were the result of being unable to hear herself standing in front of the Wall with no monitors, but still, is that an excuse to do horrible things to that cat?...

[forums]Re: ' I Need Good Buyer For Business Long Time '
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on May 25, 2012 6:26am into GratefulDead
I thought that would have elicited a response from our favorite sheep-botherer for sure. Have to step up my game here....

[forums]Re: book em dano
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Mar 1, 2012 8:41am into GratefulDead
On the Archive it's permissable to post whatever crap you want. At Dead shows it was legal to hump cats In Scotland Rob is prohibited from bothering sheep...

[forums]Re: New documentary about GRATEFUL DEAD sponsored Olympic basketball team
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jan 25, 2012 6:47am into GratefulDead
The expression on the face of the first guy on the left is eerily similar to that of my wife as I play my latest favorite version of Fire. (Please, folks, no comments on "Gee, your wife has a crew cut and mustache?", it's beneath you...just like that unfortunate sheep)...

[forums]TDIH: New matrix of an "under the radar" gem
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jan 11, 2012 5:49am into GratefulDead
http://www.archive.org/details/gd1978-01-11.mtx.mccabe.motb0152.110959.flac16 Set 1: New Minglewood Blues Dire Wolf Looks Like Rain They Love Each Other Big River -> El Paso Brown Eyed Women Let It Grow Set 2: Samson And Delilah Sunrise Terrapin Station -> Playing In The Band -> Drums -> Space -> Saint Stephen -> Not Fade Away -> Playing In The Band Encore: Passenger I'll let Grendel's review speak to this show: Subject: As Mr......

[forums]Re: Jacky Hughes is not Kochman
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 1, 2011 10:28am into GratefulDead
The only thing worse than being talked about is NOT being talked about. The day you, an exemplary haggis-munching, sheep-bothering, kilt-dropping eejit, no longer share your self-serving, ego-bloated, rarely on-topic thoughts here is a day I think we all shall rue. Don't let the bastards get you down and most definitely don't let them shut you up...that's my job....

[forums]I'd Like To Thank The Academy...
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Mar 21, 2011 8:57am into GratefulDead
True. The line "worst shit I've ever read here" doesn't speak well to his overall exposure to the high quality fecal material deposited by many posters here. If memory serves me right some of the more heinous subjects include child porn, elder abuse and sheep buggery. If however he has read all of the above and still deems my contribution today to be "the worst shit ever", I guess I should be grateful for the distinction....

[forums]Re: On a Roll: 06/19/76 (It's a Capitol idea)
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Feb 17, 2011 10:20am into GratefulDead
From anyone else I would actually be suprised. It's your attention to detail that sets you apart. That or the whole sheep thing....

[forums]Re: Forum related question
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jan 14, 2011 10:43am into GratefulDead
Once again, DW has pulled the wool over your eyes. Oh, don't worry about Bessie, DW borrow the sheep from Rob....

[forums]Keep Plugging Away
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jan 12, 2011 7:25am into GratefulDead
Fully agree. Currently there is no technology that can ever fully replace petro-based sources. Expanded development can, however, reduce the amount used at least somewhat. Whether or not serious funding will ever be allocated to this problem has yet to be seen. I, the pragmatist, feel it may only occur when Senator Oil Company hops in his Escalade, turns the key and nothing happens. And another huge problem not getting alot of press is what are we going to do about good ol' H2O? The supply......

[forums]Re: Brent Mydland
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Oct 8, 2010 6:05am into GratefulDead
Great, that's just what I need. A haggis munching poltergeist. Now, to bring up another Tolkien reference, if ghosts who lust after finger-jewelry were call Ring Wraiths, I suppose that would make you a Sheep Wraith....

[forums]Re: So, what DO you like about 'em?
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 20, 2010 11:54am into GratefulDead
Without going into boring detail, I'll just say that I like enough things about them that I keep coming back to this place to share ideas, opinions, thinly veiled insults and great stories. In that vein, I guess you could say the thing I like MOST about the GD is the community that has sprung up around thier music. Not too many other places that will accept you simply based on your love of a band, even if you happen to be a pretentious, sheep-loving Scot......

[forums]Re: The Grateful Dead peak in 89-90...as per Bobby
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 17, 2010 12:11pm into GratefulDead
Agreed, I can certainly get behind that. Much as you certainly would be able to get behind all the black sheep being talked about. Seriously though, Phil seems to enjoy a great deal of the pluses associated with band membership with little of the negatives....

[forums]Re: Jerry and Willy (not Nelson), a rambling collection of thoughts
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Apr 30, 2010 8:27am into GratefulDead
When it comes to pulling things out of his ass, I'd have to go with Rob's sheep. After being helped over the fence. Wow, that's a tad harsh. Sorry....

[forums]Re: Something Else on the Auction Block
Posted by robthewordsmith on Mar 17, 2010 11:09am into GratefulDead
Still projecting your obsessions then. http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=forumPost%3A1%20AND%20somedarkhollow%20sheep "Son of a gun, better change your act"...

[forums]Re: Forum History: Ashes spawns LiA...
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Mar 5, 2010 12:41pm into GratefulDead
What? Me sink to such baseness? Never. Now, if we're talking about Rob helping some sheep over the fence, then you might have something....

[forums]Re: Buckfast means Breakfast (in Scotland anyway)
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Feb 4, 2010 11:12am into GratefulDead
I knew any alchohol reference would bring you out. As the wikipedia article states: "...Buckfast is alleged to be the drink of choice for drinkers who are prone to committing anti-social behaviour when drunk" It's only missing a reference to unnatural behaviour towards sheep....

[forums]Re: Non-Dead - Some things should stay in Scotland
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jan 25, 2010 12:13pm into GratefulDead
"...an elaborate, whisky-fuelled pageant to a boiled bag of sheep innards." Ahh, such fond memories of W's 2nd inauguration festivities......

[forums]Re: Stagger Lee: The True Story
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Dec 1, 2009 8:01am into GratefulDead
Too bad those sheep shall be getting more than coal in their stockings this year....

[forums]Re: Not recently discussed
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Nov 18, 2009 8:06am into GratefulDead
When it comes to "grounding" a sheep, Rob's the local expert....

[forums]Re: TDIH: Rupert Holmes said it best...'if you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the Cape'
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Oct 27, 2009 8:00am into GratefulDead
Do what you will. Your mere question to the assembled masses about what your next step should be infers that you mistakenly believe we may actually give a damn about what you do or do not do. Fine, if I must care, at least for the moment, I recommend a three month hiatus on Skellig Michael to ponder your place in the grand scheme of things. And you can even bring a sheep. This post was modified by SomeDarkHollow on 2009-10-27 15:00:49...

[forums]Re: Is it just me...
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Oct 21, 2009 5:56am into GratefulDead
Seems to me that we have nicely regained our footing in the world of light heartedness and spirited exchanges, both humorous and enlightening at the same time. Haven't had this much fun around these parts in quite some time. To put it more familiar terms, o verbose kilt donning blowhard from the land where bicycles were invented, it's like the sheep have become easier to help over the fence. Anyway, it's back to being absolutely destroyed by the Dancin>Franklins masterpiece from 11/09/79......

[forums]Re: list of over-used words on the forum
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Oct 6, 2009 11:35am into GratefulDead
While not currently over-used yet, perhaps "drooling sheep-pilfering cow monger" should be the subject of a pre-emptive strike. Just to be safe....

[forums]Re: skies survey
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 21, 2009 11:28am into GratefulDead
That's what he told the sheep. Beware of Scotsman bearing shears....

[forums]Re: Wallowing in 74...and how sweet it is
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 14, 2009 6:22am into GratefulDead
Large wet fish indeed. You had me going at the start of your post, but then nicely brought me back to reality with a fine display of Scottish/British sarcasm. Always nice to hear from you now and then. But given the recent political ranting around here I can understand your trepidation in commenting on anything (but I see that a well placed Strangelove reference still can entice you away from the sheep)....

[forums]Re: New post, for an just recent topic (sorta Dead related)
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jul 14, 2009 10:24am into GratefulDead
Speaking of "social lubricant of facilitation" Rob, if you're done using it for your annual participation in the Great Sheep Olympic Games (specifically your work in the steeplechase, helping the furry buggers over those pesky fences, feel free to share. As for that show, crank up the Playin' and I think you'll see my point (hey, I also love Keith, just makin' a point about Brent's contributions to the sound). This post was modified by SomeDarkHollow on 2009-07-14 17:24:59...

[forums]Re: Fine, I'll toss my two cents in (easy, Rob, no 'tosser' jokes please)
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Apr 29, 2009 9:09am into GratefulDead
A Sheep, a Scotsman and a Tea Bag walked into a bar. The bartender looks at the group and says (insert your own punchline here)...

[forums]Re: Fine, I'll toss my two cents in (easy, Rob, no 'tosser' jokes please)
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Apr 29, 2009 6:58am into GratefulDead
As long as that reputation does not in any way involve helping sheep over the fence, I'm good....

[forums]Re: Hey everyone
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Oct 9, 2008 8:03am into GratefulDead
Dream on, Cow Lover, dream on. I'm afraid not one appendage of mine will ever careen towards your nether regions. Rob, on the other hand, has already stopped helping the latest sheep over the fence and is heading in your direction....

[forums]Re: who cares?
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Sep 19, 2008 12:15pm into GratefulDead
"You're a sheep" Great, now you've gone and gotten Rob all excited again....

[forums]Re: TDIH: Miller...SBD...Europe...74...4 of my favorite words
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Sep 18, 2008 9:51am into GratefulDead
My sheep? Sir, just because you indicated that it was a gift, I refuse to accept "sloppy seconds", regardless of species. I shall be returning your wooly friend ASAP. Oh, my, we've done it again, haven't we? Well, I suppose that there is something to be said for consistency....

[forums]Re: TDIH: Miller...SBD...Europe...74...4 of my favorite words
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Sep 18, 2008 9:19am into GratefulDead
A thousand apologies for my actions having taken up so much of your valuable time. From this day forward I shall endevour to refrain from such frivolity, as I am fully aware of the many demands made upon what little spare time you do have. Now, back to helping that sheep over the fence....

[forums]Re: woohoo
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 29, 2008 8:11am into GratefulDead
Especially since those kilts are excellent wardrobe for helping sheep over fences. Not sure how'd they work for helping a cow over that same fence, but I'm sure Dire would give it his all....

[forums]Re: High Flow?!?
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 26, 2008 7:20am into GratefulDead
I don't know about you, but I would rather that High Flow NOT have my back. He's busy enough helping that sheep over the fence...well it looks that way....

[forums]Re: United Bozos of the World
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 15, 2008 11:03am into GratefulDead
Fair enough, you talked me into it. Although, I am feeling mighty guilty that I haven't come across anything recently to return your generosity (other than the aforementioned Sheep-O-Gram). I would be very grateful indeed for a copy of the classical version of the boys....

[forums]Re: Oh....DOG-star...that makes more sense (and other lyrical mis-interpretations)
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 8, 2008 3:59pm into GratefulDead
I would, but do you know how much an overseas Sheep-O-Gram costs these days?...

[forums]Re: How this all started?
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jul 15, 2008 9:45am into GratefulDead
How many deadheads did it take to start this forum? 10,000 1 to upload the first show 1 to download the first upload of the first show 1 to write the first review of the first download of the first upload of the first show, mainly recalling how many tabs he took before the show and woke up the next morning naked in someone's backyard with a very confused looking sheep next to him 1 to write the first post critiquing the first review of the first show as being way off the mark and self-indulgen......

[forums]Delmar: Oh, George, not the livestock...
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jun 4, 2008 7:59am into GratefulDead
Well, I thought of saying "hurling sheep offal", but then Rob would get offended. In fact, on reflection, it seem that using any barnyard creature would offend at least one of us. This post was modified by SomeDarkHollow on 2008-06-04 14:59:44...

[forums]Re: Media Fire GD setlist file links are NOT ALLOWED to be posted here
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Apr 22, 2008 1:28pm into GratefulDead
High Flow, way to rise above the fray below and post a sensical non-threatening reply that is both rational and honest. Oh, yeah, you still have the B.O. of a swamp-troll overfed on rotten sheep bladders....

[forums]Wow, I'm Lovin' The Air Freshener They're Using
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Mar 13, 2008 10:57am into GratefulDead
In a way, though, I do kind of miss his contributions in that they provide some outstanding hijack material. Where else can you start off bad-mouthing someone and end up in a discussion of sheep-offal paper and Catherine Zeta Jones? Oh, well, we'll make up for it elsewhere, I'm sure. Nice spelling, champ. This post was modified by SomeDarkHollow on 2008-03-13 17:57:37...

[forums]Re: Sheep shit paper - no lie
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Mar 13, 2008 8:00am into GratefulDead
Besides sheep-dung paper, the only thing they are apparently good for is corgi's. Oh, yeah, and Catherine Zeta Jones. They certainly got that right. Now everytime someone says that a Welsh author's book "stinks", I'll have to consider the alternatives. This post was modified by SomeDarkHollow on 2008-03-13 15:00:33...

[forums]Re: Sheep shit paper - no lie
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Mar 13, 2008 7:43am into GratefulDead
Normally, I'd be stunned and revolted, but afterall it is the Welsh....

[forums]Re: 'The Other Place'
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Mar 13, 2008 7:25am into GratefulDead
1000 apologies for the miscommunication, you are not the target of my ill-feelings, but the mental midget who started this thing. However, the sheep molestation charge is indeed levelled in your direction....

[forums]Re: 'The Other Place'
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Mar 13, 2008 7:00am into GratefulDead
Damn you, you sheep-bothering bastard! Now they all know! And not only that, I've been outed as an idiot by the Master of Idiots, so it must be true. I'd say I'd come out of the closet, but apparently I'm too stupid to find the door. Oh, yeah, I say "Other Place" as a satirical reference to the fact that we have in the past been at odds and some saw the participation over there as some form of treason......

[forums]Re: Damn, Now I Owe A Scot (non-Dead)
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Nov 12, 2007 10:35am into GratefulDead
He seems content with a bowl of hot sheep-offal soup in the morning and Laphroaig-braised puffin testicle souffle at night. And as for bathing, that's never been a concern....

[forums]"Free speech" is a misnomer (con't) WTF IS THE MODERATOR? "Don't say I didn't warn you...."
Posted by AshesRising on Aug 27, 2007 5:10pm into GratefulDead
Friends, Enemies, Aliens, inGRATES, et al: GOOD MONDAY MORNING TO YOU ALL!!! Isn't there a "moderator" that watches this place? There is no such thing as "free speech" --- like the lyrics of most musicians, it is a term indiscriminately applied by individuals with wanton disregard and/or knowledge of the truth. {"May the four winds blow you safely home" leaps to mind....] There is no such thing as speech that is "free.” ("Freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose...” Note: W......

[forums]Re: Got that right
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jul 23, 2007 11:53am into GratefulDead
Sorry, its Middle English or nothing (lets hear it for the Great Vowel Shift): Original: Birdes of a fether flok together New: Foles (Fools, closest I could find to "Dork")of a fether getheren* togader. *sorry, the closest Chaucer came to Grokking was what he and a sheep herder's daughter did in the stable This post was modified by SomeDarkHollow on 2007-07-23 18:53:51...

[forums]Re: Friday: Want it to start off on the right foot? Let Melvin help.
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jul 13, 2007 8:19am into GratefulDead
"Sharing good times"? Not so fast, bane of sheep, my good times are mine and mine alone. I merely have offered a suggestion to help you find your own. Hands off my good times. Many have tried, few have lived. Seriously though, when I heard this show I felt like many others would enjoy it at least as much as I did. Hopefully it will have its intended effect on those who choose to listen. As for your wishes for a fine weekend, right back at you, Robert the Bruce......

[forums]Re: Top 10 Ways To D/L Entitlement
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jun 21, 2007 8:34am into GratefulDead
Not that I "hold this site's policies in high regard", or anything, but, speaking as a true "hypocrite", I think that if you hold the "secret" for obtaining that which is explicitly prohibited, it might not be in your best interests to start splashing that "secret" all over public forums. For example, let's say you have discovered a foolproof and cheap form of alchemy that can turn a pile of sheep offal into bags of the stickiest primo bud on the planet for 25 cents a pound, do you then climb t......

[forums]Re: The Chain remains Unbroken - thank you
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jun 6, 2007 6:52am into GratefulDead
This figures, the one day that there is actually quality posting that remains mostly intact from start to finish and I miss it. Great. And when I do come back in, all I see is a brief, albeit heartfelt, expression of thanks immediately followed up by a quick descent into the world of haggis and sheep-bothering. Maybe it's me?...

[forums]Re: Morning thank you....
Posted by SDH2O on Feb 15, 2007 6:22am into GratefulDead
Haggisbasher? Is that like someone who makes hats out of sheep's stomachs? "You'll have to excuse me Katherine, I'm off to the haggisbashery to pick up my custom made lambs-bladder derby" This post was modified by SomeDarkHollow on 2007-02-15 14:22:01...

[forums]Re: Hide your sheep,and children
Posted by SDH2O on Jan 26, 2007 11:09am into GratefulDead
Along those lines.... Cosmo the deadhead is at the end of his rope. He's broke, half a continent away from his folks and he needs to get home. All he has left is his dog, Astro. He spies a likely yuppie couple on the way to their Porsche. He says, "Excuse me, I'm broke and I want to sell my dog for bus money. He's special dog, he even talks! Ask him something." The man seems appalled, but the woman is intrigued......

[forums]Re: Hide your sheep,and children
Posted by SDH2O on Jan 26, 2007 9:23am into GratefulDead
What's the difference between Michael Jackson and a plastic bag? One's white, plastic, and harmful to children, the other is just a plastic bag. What has 18 balls and 3 pubic hairs? Michael Jackson slumber party. Why does Michael Jackson like twenty eight year olds? Because there are twenty of them. Sorry, just a few of my favorites. This post was modified by SomeDarkHollow on 2007-01-26 17:23:26...

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